Timothy S. Redding
Timothy S. Redding has been involved in EMS for over 25 years.
He has been teaching both hospital and prehospital emergency personnel since 1994 and is certified as an instructor by agencies including the American Heart Association, Department of Homeland Security, National Association of EMTs, and the Brain Trauma Foundation. He is licensed as an EMS Instructor Co-ordinator in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Tim has been an instructor with several of the leading EMS educational institutions in New England, including Northeastern University's paramedic program, and was the lead instructor at the New England EMS Institute’s Paramedic Program for six years. He has taught EMS courses internationally including regular teaching engagements in Ireland.Tim received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from University of Maine, Orono, and his paramedic training at Northeastern University. Tim is an experienced paramedic and has worked in challenging urban and rural EMS systems. In 2005, Tim founded Emergency Education Consultants (EEC), a medical education and consulting company focusing on pre-hospital and hospital emergency medicine and education programs.
Matthew Libby has worked in EMS for over 14 years. His experiences range from rural, to urban, including emergency medicine and critical care transport. He currently works as a world-wide expedition planning and emergency medical repatriation expert, blending his love of EMS and aviation. He is also a licensed pilot. When not travelling or working he makes guest appearances as a paramedic for Greater Lowell EMS.
Scott has more than 16 years’ experience in EMS, working in the areas of military medicine, private and municipal EMS, including as a critical care flight paramedic on a medical helicopter. He has been teaching all levels of emergency medicine for the past 10 years, including as a lead instructor for both paramedic and critical care paramedic programs. Scott is the Vice President of the New Hampshire Association of EMTs and a founding member of the NH State EMS Honor Guard. Scott received his Bachelors of Science from Granite State College (summa cum laude) and is a Masters candidate in Healthcare Administration at Seton Hall University. Scott holds certifications as a Nationally Registered Paramedic, Critical Care Paramedic, Certified Flight Paramedic, and EMS Instructor / Coordinator.